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Finances & Divorce

Category: Finances & Divorce

Alimony and the Mortgage Application Process

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

Written by guest writer, Glenn Davis, Benchmark Lending Divorce is difficult – and sadly your love life isn’t the only thing that may suffer. Getting...

The Power of Divorce: Writing the Next Chapter of Your Financial Future

Author: Caitlin DeGuilo Toker

Written by guest writer, Lisa Manzolillo, client advisor at Simon Quick Divorce is not easy.  It’s mentally, emotionally, and financially draining....

What You Need to Know About Your Restricted Stock Units and Divorce in NJ

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

Many employers, especially those who employ high-level executives, offer compensation packages that are not simply based on salary. Publicly traded companies...

4 Facts About Divorce Court in New Jersey

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

For anyone who is not involved in the divorce process from day to day, it can feel like an overwhelming and daunting one. But in the vast majority of cases,...

What You Need to Know About Your Restricted Stock Units and Divorce in NJ

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

Many employers, especially those who employ high-level executives, offer compensation packages that are not simply based on salary. Publicly traded companies...

When Federal and State Laws Collide: Divorce and The Impact of Disability on a Military Pension

Author: Carolyn B. Hand

When a former couple decides to divorce, their assets and debts are divided according to a process known as equitable distribution. In New Jersey, equitable...

NJ’s Appellate Court Offers Guidance on the Distribution of Restricted Stock in Divorce

Author: Caitlin DeGuilo Toker

Compensation for executives in large companies often goes beyond the standard salary and perqs (car or phone reimbursements, etc.). Executive compensation...

Case Study: Possession of the Marital Residence While a Divorce is Pending

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

In many cases of divorce, one of the most contested aspects is the issue of the marital residence. Oftentimes, parties who are divorcing do not want to reside...

How Can Your Divorce and College Expenses Affect Your Settlement?

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

Parents of college-bound children, take note: The law in New Jersey requires all divorced parents to contribute to their children's college educations....

3 Things to Know About Divorce and Executive Compensation in New Jersey

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

Individuals who are considering divorce are often concerned about two particular aspects of the end of their marriage: the emotional burden and the financial...

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Civil Union & Domestic Partnership Dissolution & Divorce in New Jersey

What is the civil union dissolution law in NJ? Before we can understand a New Jersey civil union dissolution, we have to understand the laws about same sex civil unions. Under New Jersey's new law, a civil union is the legally recognized union of two individuals of the same sex. Civil union...

July 2, 2020 Read More

Filing a Complaint For Divorce

Filing a Complaint for Divorce

Q: I want a divorce, what do I do first?   Most of the time if we the parties are reasonably amicable, we recommend trying to resolve all issues of the marriage in a marital settlement agreement, before suing the other person for divorce. Sometimes, though, there are good reasons why we have to...

June 19, 2020 Read More

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How to Prepare for a Divorce Consultation

 The initial consultation with a family law attorney should provide you with vital information about the divorce process, a briefing on the applicable laws, and advise you about your rights and potential obligations.  If you are unsure of how to prepare for a consultation with a divorce...

June 18, 2020 Read More

Divorce: The Answers you Need – Before, During & After

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